Updated: Fri, 08 Jun 2012 08:37:36 GMT | By Damian Clarkson, editor, MSN Money & MSN Him
The millionaire homes

We take a look at the homes that only the rich could afford.



A look at some of the luxurious properties available to those with cash to spend (© Image © www.home-hunts.com)
Next
Previous
Previous
  • A look at some of the luxurious properties available to those with cash to spend (© Image © www.home-hunts.com)
  • A look at some of the luxurious properties available to those with cash to spend (© Image © www.home-hunts.com)
  • A look at some of the luxurious properties available to those with cash to spend (© Image © www.home-hunts.com)
  • A look at some of the luxurious properties available to those with cash to spend (© Image © www.home-hunts.com)
  • A look at some of the luxurious properties available to those with cash to spend (© Image © www.home-hunts.com)
  • A look at some of the luxurious properties available to those with cash to spend (© Image © www.home-hunts.com)
  • A look at some of the luxurious properties available to those with cash to spend (© Image © www.home-hunts.com)
  • A look at some of the luxurious properties available to those with cash to spend (© Image © www.home-hunts.com)
Next
Image © www.home-hunts.comShow Thumbnails
Previous1 of 24Next
Share this Gallery

Ever fantasised about the type of home you would live in if only your bank balance had a few more zeroes at the end of it?

We teamed up with luxury property specialists www.home-hunts.com to get a look inside some amazing millionaire homes currently for sale in the UK and France.

83Comments
23/04/2012 00:24
avatar
How sad that others make an opinion about you on what you have or where you live, and not on how you treat others or your family or friends.It goes to show how much we depend on material things in our daily lives and not our principles and morals we aim to share with others.
30/04/2012 22:22
avatar
If I were rich, it wouldn't be the flash cars or houses that would make me excited. It would be the ability to stay in bed and get up when I want and not have to waste  8 hours of my life every day making money for some other #astard!
23/04/2012 07:36
avatar
These are the kind of  homes Cameron, Osborne, etc etc live in, while taking corporate back-handers and payoffs, fiddling their expenses, and demonising rioters for stealing a pair of addidas trainers!!!! - oh and not building social housing for eons either!!!!!!   But then, 'we are all in this together' aye???????!!!!!!!
08/05/2012 14:19
avatar

Everyone's missing one thing here !

 

The people who own these houses have probably worked damn hard to be able to afford these properties, why begrudge them if they've made a successful living out of what ever they do.

 

I know if it was me taking a dip in that infinity-pool knowing i'd worked my **** off to own it i wouldn't really give a monkeys what anyone thought.

30/04/2012 18:57
avatar

moan, groan, moan, groan SHUUUUUUUUUUUUUT up, we all know if we could affford places like this we would be there in the blink of an eye!

23/04/2012 15:14
avatar
Don't be daft MSN, you don't need to be rich to afford these houses, you just need to claim asylum with your 5 wifes and 10 kids and the tax payer will put you up in one of these for free in Camden.

avatar

It's nice but it’s not a home; it's just a good example of how money can affords a better class of misery, sad really, but if it makes whoever owns it happy, ok.

30/04/2012 12:01
avatar
What a crock of crap you spout Anna and Mushroom!! I was born one of 4 boys to an abandoned mother in the 60s,  lived in a crumbling 2 bed terrace house and the 'loo' was 50m up the garden! no bathroom and if you wanted hot water, you boiled it in a kettle!! Family, Teachers, the Church and assorted sundry 'socially minded' hypocrites reminded us every day about what we didnt have and how we should be grateful for handouts. Coming from nothing gave all four of us an unquenchable desire to succeed at 'something' At 54 I am now retired, I have a homes in France and Austria. One brother is a high ranking military officer, one is a partner in a law firm operating out of New York and finally the youngest of my brothers is an architect building prestigious buildings around the world.  We all have beautiful and expensive homes that WE earned through hard work and dedication.  We are entitlerd to them.  PS, and just in case you were wondering our wonderful mother, now lives with me.
19/05/2012 14:41
avatar
Its not the the size of house you live in its the family you have living in the home . 

30/04/2012 20:08
avatar
come on people speak the truth can you honestly say none of you would want to be lying on that lounger looking out at all the lights and then maybe take a dip in the infinite pool?   I know i would love to stand in their shoes for even just a day
30/05/2012 15:04
avatar
Some of the comments here look like envy here to me which is well ugly.  Fact is, in the UK less than half the people work.  Who would you rather see living in places like these? People who got off their **** and did something or the free-loading wasters who think everyone who gets up in the morning should pay their taxes so they can live on benefits?
23/04/2012 13:21
avatar
i actually find it quite interesting looking at these. its got nothing to do with cameron or whatever how do you know these people havent worked hard and earnt their own money to buy or build these houses?i hate cameron hes a liar and has absolutely no idea what it is like for working class people as he was born into money.  i say this coming from a working class background myself.  i study interior architecture at uni atm and ive not got there by being rich and i dont presume im just going to get jobs handed to me when i start my career either, life is what you make it. if you want something enough and work hard enough for it then anything is possible, not all rich people were born rich so you cant just presume that.  health etc is more important by far but i dont really know anyone who doesnt think money doesnt help slightly. the pictures probably werent put on to irritate working class people. i find them helpful anyway.
23/04/2012 15:21
avatar
Those homes are stunning! But of all of them I prefer the Westgate Park home. It's a shame people can't just appreciate amazing homes like these instead of **** left right and center about politicians and rich people. I'm reigning in my jealousy lol but instead of being bitter i'm just wistful. Wish I had £3m for a house ^.^
24/05/2012 16:35
avatar
I used to be their milkman. Bloody stairs......
23/04/2012 12:04
avatar
What an absolute load of cr&p has been written below, probably all on the dole.
10/05/2012 18:42
avatar
Just letting all my friend know where they can find me when I win the Euro millions Jackpot. I will be in one of these some where....
23/04/2012 16:26
avatar
I totally agree with you Chris, one of the most important things in life to remember is to treat people how you would like to be treated. I once had the dream and lost it in the recession It was not on the scale of the above pictures. Yes people do judge you for what you have and most don't realise how hard you had to work to get it. I would love to live in a house like that. Who wouldn't. Can I afford it, NO!! 
13/05/2012 20:58
30/04/2012 17:00
avatar

Ethelred Unready- are you still unready to educate yourself. Clearly.. Take your lies elsewhere. And I take great exception to you belittling the Millions of people who fought to stop Jews being murdered. You are a disgrace.

Report
Please help us to maintain a healthy and vibrant community by reporting any illegal or inappropriate behavior. If you believe a message violates theCode of Conductplease use this form to notify the moderators. They will investigate your report and take appropriate action. If necessary, they report all illegal activity to the proper authorities.
Categories
100 character limit
Are you sure you want to delete this comment?

latest money videos

10 reasons to make MSN UK your homepage

more on msn money

msn money poll

New research has found that families are spending an average of £180 on back-to-school supplies for their kids. Does this tally with your experience?

Thanks for being one of the first people to vote. Results will be available soon. Check for results

  1.  
    15 %
    Yes, that sounds about right to me
    379 votes
  2.  
    19 %
    Yes, but I think school supplies are getting more expensive every year
    481 votes
  3.  
    28 %
    No, the cost of new uniforms, stationery and sports kit takes us well past the £200 mark
    711 votes
  4.  
    38 %
    No, I wouldn’t spend anything like that amount on the little horrors!
    937 votes

Total Responses: 2,508
Not scientifically valid. Results are updated every minute.